A plastic vertical ?
Hmmmm... What were you going to use for a radiator ? Put a piece of wire
inside of it?
The "weld" of PVC conduit is stronger than the pipe itself. It makes the 2
pieces of plastic pipe 1. The US has been using plastic PVC gray conduit for
years!.... Great stuff!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris BONDE" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Jim Hill" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2003 3:43 PM
Subject: RE: [TowerTalk] mechanical construction of 80m vertical
> I have been unable to find a supplier of irrigation tubing within a
> reasonable distance.
> The other metal tubing that I have been trying to find out more about,
> in some cases have found that they are good but expensive, are;
> conduit used for the stack, ie that part above the roof line ($$$$$),
> industrial grade top rails for chainlink fencing, looks good but shipping
> the problem for me 20ft lengthas about CA$30 a length, the last was custom
> automobile exhaust tubing, comes in various sizes, can be welded together
> or flared. Should be galvo on the inside as well.
> The other one that took my notice was the new plastic electric
> conduit. Have to use the large diameter to obtain wall thickness and
> use the coupling, use a length of the main pipe as a splice or spint over
> the joint. I was wondering about plastic welding, is that as strong as
> main pipe as it is in steel pipe welding?
> Chris opr VE7HCB
> At 02:45 PM 2003-03-21 -0800, Jim Hill wrote:
> >Finding tubing isn't easy. I've stopped at a number of businesses in
> >farming areas with little luck. plastic tubing seems to be currently
> >However, the following store in Bakersfield CA is a good choice:
> >The Irrigation Store, 4001 State Road, Bakersfield, CA 93303 661-4421 or
> >800-742-7246. Their web site is: http://www.rainforrent.com/ Their web
> >site shows tubing with end connections, but I thought I saw just plain
> >pipe when I visited them. The web site also shows stores at other
> >73's Jim
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> >any questions and ask for Sherman, W2FLA.
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